Makes sense - I can validate however, that I do not rotate my hand with the handheld! I was fortunate to have learned that watching others shoot a handheld with their new bows before i ever tried a handheld.Switching between the 2 styles can cause a slight anchor change which leads to a POI change... Also with the hand held you might be rotating the d loop a little more which can cause a POI change as well... I've always had a slight POI change when switching back and forth as well.
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They were trying to tune the new reata on their new bows amd shooting through paper. The tech at the shop was shooting bullet hole after bullet hole but the two guys with new bows weren't. Finally, after changing one thing after another, we discovered that it was their releases and them rotating their hand to get to anchor - like most handheld shooters do - so that the back of their palm is against their face/cheek.
One of them went back to shooting a wrist strap caliper release, like the shop tech, and the other one had the tech lengthen his d-loop and drop 1 size on his DL module from 29.5 to 29.